Random Ramsdom: 6/3 This week is the big week, the Rams will unite for the first time

"Pull my Finger... DO IT!" - Scott Kane-USA TODAY Sports

OTA week!! The team will finally take the field together as a unit. Practices will be closed to the public, but it will be nice to hear some post practice interviews at the very least. Something - anything - that's football related, shall suffice...

Trey Watts has some decent sized shoes to fill - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Trey Watts, a rookie free agent running back with the Rams, has spent his life in the shadow of his father. That’s because his father, J.C. Watts, casts quite a shadow. After a stellar high school career, the elder Watts earned a football scholarship to the University of Oklahoma and, as a wishbone quarterback under Barry Switzer, led the Sooners to back-to-back Orange Bowl victories while earning game MVP honors in both contests.

Where does Robert Quinn Rank Amongst the top 100 NFL players? - ESPN.com

There was, perhaps, no bigger breakout star in the 2013 NFL season than St. Louis Rams defensive end Robert Quinn.

Quarterback Depth still an issue? - Bleacher Report

The St. Louis Rams have acquired a comfortable level of talent at basically every position on the roster, but the one spot that will truly make or break the season is the quarterback position.

Should the Rams take a look at Ed Reed? - Ramlinfan.com

By most accounts, the St. Louis Rams knocked the opening rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft out of the park, landing arguably the top offensive tackle, defensive tackle, and running back prospects in the class; not to mention Lamarcus Joyner, who some regarded as the most versatile defensive back prospect. However, lost in the hype was the St. Louis Rams failure to snag a "true" free safety this offseason.

St. Louis Rams post draft OL outlook - ESPN.com

With organized team activities less than a week away, we take a look at where each position stands heading into next week. The next in the series continues today by examining the offensive line.

10 Legit reasons Bradford is the man for the job... - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Remaining firm through two seasons, three drafts, and considerable skepticism, Rams coach Jeff Fisher and GM Les Snead are resolute in their support of quarterback Sam Bradford.

Top 101 Players in the NFL - Pro Football Focus

· The names have all been announced and the 2013 version of PFF’s Top 101 is done, so here’s a look at them all in one place with links to the individual Top-10 pieces and rest of the segments on down. How many Rams will make the cut?

St. Louis Rams 2014 Offseason Recap - St. Louis Rams

With a week of both veterans and rookies engaging in offseason workouts at Rams Park behind them and organized team activities just a week away, Head Coach Jeff Fisher can embark on a 2014 season with one of the team’s most complete offseasons in recent memory in the rear-view mirror.

What is the best fit for safety Maurice Alexander - ESPN.com

Were it not for the team's seventh-round choice of defensive end Michael Sam, Maurice Alexander's story might have been the best story of the draft's final day. Perhaps lost in that conversation was figuring out where, exactly, Alexander fits in with the Rams' defense.

How much will Tre Mason effect the production of Zac Stacy? - Ramblinfan.com

Even before Tre Mason said that the St. Louis Rams coaching staff suggested he’d have a shot at the starting running back job, we all had to suspect it was possible. After all, the Rams drafted the talented Auburn rusher in the third round when they already had a starting running back, as well as some serviceable talent in place behind him.

Rhaney is a survivor - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The Rams loaded up on players with very interesting stories of the paths to the NFL. We know about Michael Sam, Maurice Alexander, and Greg Reid. But how about Demetrius Rhaney.....

What do NFL teams want to see in workouts? - Bleacher Report

It's getting harder and harder for players to make an impact during the NFL offseason. With the new collective bargaining agreement, one of the wins players got during the negotiations was a reduced offseason schedule. With less time to work with, it's important to note exactly what it is coaches are looking for.

Les Snead sounds confident in UDFA class - St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Following a successful draft earlier this month, the Rams quickly turned their attention to filling out the roster with undrafted rookies. In the group of 15 post-draft signees were a pair of former NCAA Division II national defensive players of the year: defensive tackle Ethan Westbrooks from West Texas A&M and ex-North Alabama linebacker Tavarius Wilson.

Soooooooooooooo, What about Benny Cunningham? - Ramblinfan.com

With all of the recent talk of running backs Zac Stacy and Tre Mason, the undrafted tweener from Middle Tennessee State is becoming the forgotten man in the St. Louis Rams’ backfield.

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